Germany Access 60m

Amateur / Ham Radio operators in German have gained access to the 60m band using the frequency range 5351.50 - 5366.5 kHz.

Amateurs wishing to operate in this band require a class A licence, and of course not to cause any interference to other stations or services.

Google translation of 2033/5000  Communication No 1699/2016 

Amateur radio service; Use of the frequency range 5351.5 - 5366.5 kHz

The World Radio Conference 2015 of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has approved a secondary allocation in the frequency range 5351.5 - 5366.5 kHz for the amateur radio service. (AFuV), which allows the use of the above-mentioned frequency range within the meaning of Section 5 (3) of the Amateurfunnengesetz (AFuG) and Article 9 (2) of the AFUV in the medium term , The use of the frequency range 5351.5 - 5366.5 kHz in the amateur slot shall be tolerated immediately with the consent of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and the Federal Ministry of Defense (BMVg). The tolerated uses must comply with the following usage regulations. With the entry into force of the AFUV's adaptation to the above decision of the 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference, this regulation becomes devoid of purpose.
Terms of use

1. The use of the frequency range 5351.5 - 5366.5 kHz may only be carried out by the holder of an authorization to participate in the class A Amateur radio service. In this case, no interferences at radio stations of another radio service may be caused and there is no protection from interference by radio stations of other radio services.
2. The maximum effective radiated power shall not exceed 15 watts EIRP.
3. The maximum allowed bandwidth of a transmission must not exceed 2.7 kHz.
4. When using the frequency range 5351.5 - 5366.5 kHz, all other provisions of the AFuG and AFuV must be complied with.

It is important to use this regulation sensitively, to avoid disturbances and to use the maximum power only when it is considered essential to maintain a radio connection or for experimental purposes.